Reishan M Portfolio 2020

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THIS IS A COLLECTION OF SELECTED WORKS FROM

2017–2020

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Reishan McIntosh

Reishan is ­a Taiwanese-American designer interested in — how the temporal and fleeting inadvertently finds itself in places of permanence. place, in particular, what it means to classify as authentic in a world of replicable and interchangeable spaces. what it means to assert authenticity in places that have been readily-upended and overwritten with multiple histories. *For more work, visit reishanmcintosh.com


Contents 7 01: Building as Surface 17 02: Of Earth and Sky 31 03: What’s Behind the Curtain 39 04: Collaborative Living 47 05: Providence Public Library 55 06: re— un— in— de— 61 07: Speculative Office Design


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01: Building as Surface

“Between Content & Container� Professor Emanuel Admassu In collaboration with Jake Lefeber Spring 2018

The rural to urban migration has begun to radically affect the economic relationships of the Kariakoo marketplace in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. As the city continues to densify, the need to maintain centrality, while simultaneously expand, has become increasingly present. Kariakoo is an extremely visual urban landscape, where buildings are masked by the products and merchandise which they house. In many instances the architecture itself is diffused by the merchandise displayed on it, converting the buildings into a form of advertisement. The design intervention aims to provide a large storage and retail hub that anticipates high levels of interaction as the city continues to grow. Ultimately the structure embraces the visual density and necessity to advertise and be seen. By prioritizing the need for storage and visibility, the project envisions a city that does not require fully habitable structures to flourish. The intervention in Kariakoo manifests by undermining the concept of architecture as a rigid process and architecture as something that can remain site-less, especially in the context of postcolonialism.

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A taxonomy of each wall’s facade was made to understand where transparency and opacity was needed within the scheme. The facade opens to reveal the merchandise of respective stakeholders within the wall, or closes to become advertisement billboards.

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The walls can house program, circulation, storage, retail, and signage within 8 feet of space, challenging the idea that a market can only occur within a block of a building.

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Moment plans showing activity and visual activity around the walls.

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A view into the spaces between the walls that form moments of gathering.

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The rotation of each strip opens and closes to either show the storage of the merchandise within the wall or become flat to display advertisement billboards.

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The “walls� which form the main structural elements are appropriated from the sample and then deployed onto the site.

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02: Of Earth and Sky

“Of House and Home: Reworking­—Rethinking 100 Years of Korean Housing” Professor Peter Tagiuri Spring 2019

How can we reconcile the many dichotomies at the site of Sewoon Sangga in Seoul, Korea? It’s past histories or possibilities of the future, to dig into the earth or to lift up to new spaces, to render the hidden stories and memories visible; perhaps this project isn’t about a reconciliation of Korean’s histories and citizens, but rather a chance to empathize with all parts. Sewoon Sangga can be seen as a land-bound ship in the middle of Seoul. Built in post-war Korea, the onekilometer long building was a symbol of modernity and nationalism; however, it functioned more as the government asserting administrative power. The voices of the individual were not heard or reflected within the massive complex. Situated on top of a trench made during the Japanese occupation, this mega-structure is just another layer to the pain and wounds of the city disguised as “the new future of Seoul”. This project attempts to unearth these histories—partially hidden in the earth, the memorial is most visible at the entrance on the other side of the street by the Jongmyo shrine. A burial site for royalty in the Joseon Period, the park is mostly occupied by older gentlemen spending their days. The above-ground structure contrasts this space by being open and free to gather and see the surrounding city. One element cannot exist without the other.

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Images of the site at Sewoon Sangaa, past and present.

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Initial sketches emphasizing the series of thresholds—the entrance that leads to stairs, working deep

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Site plan of observation deck and entrance of memorial.

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Underground plan of three rooms: the gallery space, reflection pool, and archeology site.

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Hidden in the earth, metal “tube� of circulation pierces the earth at the entrance, peaking up at the reflection pool, and then finally at the existing exterior elevator.

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Cross sections of the individual rooms and observation deck.

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Worm’s eye view of the three underground spaces and the metal circulation pathway.

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Above ground, a relatively open structure for gathering and seeing the surrounding city, where the existing ramp is partially removed to open the site and connect to the added observation deck.

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Walls being that of exposed earth rather than a sterile, framed enclosed case, the last room houses the existing archaeological site.

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03: What’s Behind the Curtain

“All that is Solid Melts Into Air” Professor Carl Lostritto Fall 2019

In the Production of Space, Henri Lefebrve states, “A representation which passes itself off as a concept, when it is merely an image, a mirror, and a mirage, and which, instead of challenging, instead of refusing, merely reflects.” This project is an analysis and critical discovery into the means of representation and production, in regards to aesthetic trends in contemporary architecture. These images, reproduced and re-appropriated, have reached a global expansion through social media. At the forefront, I acknowledged the constraints of the software provided, partially discovering my own processes through the frustrations and quirks of something made to be seemingly easy. In earlier iterations through animation and rendering, there was a desire to explore the dichotomy of the finished product versus the process — the uncanny and the “real”. This drive continued throughout the final project. Taking the sample of an existing building, in the curation of domestic objects for the program, the end image products were determined since the beginning. The building itself is siteless, only the areas that are viewed in the “images” are articulated in some form.

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Meant to exist only in the virtual, representation was decided through its understanding the final would be on social media.

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The extreme gestures were taken, the slicing and shifting, in each of the curated domestic spaces to be lit and stylized in a particular way.

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Each domestic space reveals a snapshot of the occupant in the space, through the unpacked groceries on the floor, the iPhone and coffee on the table, as if they were there just moments ago.


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Besides each part of the domestic objects, the addition of the curtain is meant to conceal, to assist, to guide. Within the 6 images, the curtain doesn’t seem to do much and yet in the reveal of the whole, it becomes an integral part.

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04: Collaborative Living

ETH Zürich, “Pleasures of Cooperation” Professor Cecilia Puga Fall 2018

A traveler arrives in Zürich for the first time, as their job often gives them the flexibility to both travel and work. This project is meant for those with similar stories — a place to provide an immediate community to feel welcomed, while offering a plethora of workspaces. The building is rooted deeply within the hills, allowing access from almost all sides. The curve of the bottom shell connects directly with the ground on the north side where the complementary upper curved shell offers shelter for workspaces. The space where the two shells intersect opens up for a skylight to provide light and the connection to the lower level. Overall, the atmosphere of the space and architecture is not meant to be chaotic or overdone. This gives freedom to the occupants staying there to choose to find peace in a new place or make the space lively through their creations or interactions. By having all of one resource in the same location, tucked into the hills of Zürich away from the city, this creates an environment where one can do the necessities of life in privacy, and be pushed to leave and explore the surrounding area.

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Series of plaster models experimenting with various curves, heights, and thinness.

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Beginning to layer curved plaster strips to better understand moments coming together.

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A “Frankenstein“ floor plan addressing the concept of field.

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Conceptual sections and plans of the ribbon plaster strips.

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daniel libenskind - jewish museum berlin

ryue nishizawa - teshima art museum

felix candela

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Section of the building to further understand the relationship of the living space below and work space above.

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Floor plans Site plan within the context of a hilly neighborhood in ZĂźrich.

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A series of precedents addressing the material system (laminar) and atmospheric system (underexposure).

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alberto campo baeza - gaspar house

sanaa - rolex learning center

shigeru ban - naked house

toyo ito - sendai mediatheque

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A series of precedents addressing the relational system (fluidity) and atmospheric system (underexposure).

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The ground floor allows for the open space in-between the smaller rooms to have moments of collaboration whereas second floor has an ordered system.

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Perspectives that show the contrast of space from the ground floor compared to the second floor.

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05: Providence Library

Architectural Design Core Studio Professor Dongwoo Yim Spring 2017

By creating a new library in the heart of downtown Providence, the original mapping of the site focused on the views onto the area from up above due to the nature of the numerous parking lots in the area. When forming the concept of the space, it was important to figure out who the existing stakeholders of the area were, and how a large scale commercial project was going to impact their ways of living. From the mapping of the site, a grid developed out of the most viewed points, that evolved later within the building design. The large scale translucent walls contrasted the moments of clarity, allowing for framed views of the space inside as well as the parts of Providence. This also created the environment of sliding past each other without the need for sharp corners. From the lowest part of the library in the large “stairs� in the middle, users of the space can see the sliver of the outside. The stacks are constructed around the open atrium: placed in the middle of each floor in the west building. Because of this, people are directed to walk along the paneled walls and cross the walkway to the most opaque component, the core of the building.

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Mapping the view lines from the site’s surrounding buildings.

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Relief model of the site’s ground topology (above).

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Series of diagrams to show diagonal column placement by floor level.

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Plans of the first and second floors


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Model of library within the context of the city

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Exploded axonometric displaying circulation and “sliding” walls

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Section cut through middle of the library highlighting the atrium, auditorium, and main staircase

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Interior perspective of the main grand staircase

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Section cut through middle of the library highlighting the atrium and sloped floor plates

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06: re— un— in— de—

Student Curated Exhibition of Work With Aaron Teves, Katie Solien, Yunchao Le, Jake Lefeber, and Benjamin Han Winter 2020

rethink; rebuild; redevelop; reinhabit undo; unfold; unearth; uncover integrate; insert; invert; intervene deform; decolonize; destabilize; deploy

A prefix is not a word until it is attached to one, taking something that exists and changing and charging its meaning. The prefix operates as an analogy for the processes that have defined our methodologies and driven this collection of work. Our studios are defined by the language that drives our critiques, discussions and studio practice. Language creates a set of operations, but what culture is inherently created through these conditioned methodologies? Through this exhibition, we hope to reveal how language has fostered a pedagogy of interventions.

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A catalog of the show meant to document our full body of work

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Branding and identity for the show designed by myself and Aaron Teves

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Each spread includes an image and its location—more information is found on the cover

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A large table to house the books we’ve created throughout the years

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Description and labels of the work labeled and marked on the wall

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Full view of exhibition

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07: Speculative Office Design

“Integrated Building Systems” With Cherry Yang, Joyce Kim, and Dong Eun Lim Visiting Critic Elizabeth Hedde Fall 2019

Located in Quonset, Rhode Island, this project focused on the design of a +/- 60,000 gross sq ft speculative office building with an emphasis on the circulation system, structure, and its environmental systems. The first floor accommodates commercial spaces, main lobby, cafe, and loading dock. The rest of the “net” space made is devoted to open office layouts for a multi-tenant building. Working with a building system given to us, we needed to create a space using a steel frame structural system with a rain-screen skin enclosure and centralized core. Research of zoning codes was sourced from IBC, RIBC, and QBPDP. Through iterations of massing, we arrived at a 3-story office building with rain screen baguettes heavily used on the south facade for sun shading with a higher concentration of glazing on the northern facade for natural lighting penetration into the floor plate. Drawings were created in Revit with renderings from Rhino and V-Ray. The final wall section at 6”=1’ was completed with AutoCAD. The following pages show select drawings from our final DD/CD set. *Please inquire about a full drawing set.

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TERRACLAD COPING

VERTICAL TRACK 1"RIGID INSULATION

METAL EXTENDED PIECE

METAL CHANNEL

PLYWOOD & WOOD BLOCKING

TERRACLAD PANEL METAL FLASHING BOTTOM CLIP W/ ISOLATOR

1" RIGID INSULATION

Z-GIRT VERTICAL TRACK 1"RIGID INSULATION METAL CHANNEL TERRACLAD PANEL

KEYPLAN

AIR/MOISTURE BARRIER

WINDOW SILL

METAL FLASHING BOTTOM CLIP W/ ISOLATOR

EXTERIOR SHEATHING

Z-GIRTBATT INSULATION METAL FLASHING EXTERIOR SHEATHING CANT STRIP BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM 1/2" COVER BOARD

STIFFENER PLATE

VERTICAL TRACK

STEEL COLUMN BASEPLATE

AIR/MOISTURE BARRIER EXTERIOR SHEATHING Z-GIRT

HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE GROUTING

VERTICAL STANDARD CLIPTRACK W/ ISOLATOR STANDARD CLIP W/ ISOLATOR TERRACLAD PANEL

RIGID INSULATION

CONCRETE COLUMN PIER

00000.1 ANCHOR BOLTS

PROJECT NO.

PLACED INSIDE PIER REINFORCEMENT

12.03.19

DATE PROJECT NO. SCALE FIRE STOP

INSULATION

METAL CHANNEL

WOOD BLOCKING

CLIP ANGLE BENT METAL PLATE

SCREEN FIXED

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SECTION DETAIL METAL STUD - AT PARAPET 2 3" = 1'-0" 1

SECTION DETAIL METAL STUD 3" = 1'-0"

CONCRETE GUTTER WRAPPED W/ STAINLESS STEEL

KEYPLAN

TERRACLAD PANEL

DATE SHEET NAME

PIER COLUMN 3" = 00000.1 1'-0" REINFORCEMENT 12.03.19

SCALE 3" = 1'-0" CONSTRUCTION DETAILS FOOTING TOP SHEET NAME

REINFORCEMEN MESH

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

SHEET NO.

A-800 A-802

11/30/2019 10:38:54 PM 11/30/2019 10:38:56 PM

CONCRETE GUTTER WRAPPED W/ STAINLESS STEEL

AIR/MOISTURE BARRIER STANDARD CLIP W/ ISOLATOR

Speculative Office Project Speculative Office Project

Z-GIRT

EXTERIOR SHEATHING

SHEET NO.

2

PLAN DETAIL METAL STUD - AT BASE OF WALL 3" = 1'-0"

1

SECTION DETAIL M 3" = 1'-0"


Speculative Office Design

Z-GIRT STANDARD CLIP W/ ISOLATOR AIR/MOISTURE BARRIER EXTERIOR SHEATHING CONCRETE WITH METAL DECKING SPRAYED-ON FIRE PROOFING AT BEAMS

VERTICAL TRACK TERRACLAD PANEL RIGID INSULATION

STRUCTURAL STEEL BEAMS AT EDGE OF SLAB

BATT INSULATION

STUD FRAMING, S.S.D END CLIP W/ ISOLATOR PERFORATED WINDOW HEAD CLOSURE COLUMN BEYOND

WINDOW SILL

FIRE STOP METAL CHANNEL CLIP ANGLE BENT METAL PLATE

Z-GIRT AIR/MOISTURE BARRIER EXTERIOR SHEATHING

TERRACLAD PANEL RIGID INSULATION VERTICAL TRACK (FASTENED PER ENGINEER'S RECOMMENDATION)

BOTTOM CLIP W/ ISOLATOR PERFORATED CLOSURE

2" VENTED 'F' TRIM

EXTERIOR PLASTER SOFFIT

ALUMINUM SET IN SEALANT BACKER ROD AND SEALANT CURTAIN WALL

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